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Long Covid??
MACS Offline
#1 Posted:
Joined: 02-26-2004
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Just saw a commercial...

Kid says... "I got covid... and 3 weeks later I experienced long term effects."

Really? 3 weeks later is long term, now? Unashamed push for you to take the Pharmaceutical jab.

Disgusting. How people do not see straight through this sh*t is way beyond me.
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#2 Posted:
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My cousin is my age, she lives in SF, she’s experienced lingering effects for over 8 months now.
frankj1 Offline
#3 Posted:
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unless something changed, I didn't think 3 weeks or less was considered long covid...more than 4 weeks at least.
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#4 Posted:
Joined: 07-20-2020
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The Covid cult commercials are typical leftist propaganda, complete with poster children. They'll say anything, make any claim to scare the jab reluctant proles. The ads with toddlers and children are most unnerving.
There is a lot of unused jabs just sitting around that are going to spoil.
BuckyB93 Offline
#5 Posted:
Joined: 07-16-2004
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It's science. Listen and follow the words of the "experts." Get in line for your shots. It's your patriotic duty.

The drug companies needs to fill in another age bracket for their tests.

https://www.npr.org/2022/03/23/1088167753/moderna-covid-19-vaccine-children-fda

You can't make this $hit up... real world guinea pigs
MACS Offline
#6 Posted:
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frankj1 wrote:
unless something changed, I didn't think 3 weeks or less was considered long covid...more than 4 weeks at least.


It was on the commercial, Frank. 3 weeks...

I had covid, as you know. I'm sure 98.2% of us have by now. I had a lingering cough. Bugged the sh*t outa me for weeks. Maybe a couple months even. All good now.

No reason to run and get a shot AFTER the fact. But people don't think. They get scared, and run and do what the TV tells them.
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#7 Posted:
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TV told me to dial now to speak to hot, local, single women. Can't afford to tho
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#8 Posted:
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Classic—a book which people praise and don’t read.
- Mark Twain
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#9 Posted:
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MACS wrote:
It was on the commercial, Frank. 3 weeks...

I had covid, as you know. I'm sure 98.2% of us have by now. I had a lingering cough. Bugged the sh*t outa me for weeks. Maybe a couple months even. All good now.

No reason to run and get a shot AFTER the fact. But people don't think. They get scared, and run and do what the TV tells them.

sort of jpotts scientific deduction method, Shawn.
You weren't even as lucky as most, but far luckier than many.
You're personal experience is really only valid as it informs your case. It does not speak to other cases.
But I enjoyed saying jpotts.

Caren got it just after the New Year...yup, after two shots and a booster...had aches and a fever for two days. Still, a milder case than even you had. She continued to test positive for almost 10 days but her doctor explained that the test showed the presence of viri in her nasal passages but they were already inactive making her unlikely to be contagious after day 5.

I slept in our bed with her every night, never changed any household routines other than to stay with her so as not to spread it to others, but I never tested positive for the entire 10 days.

My thoughts are that our mild case/no case are pretty much what the jabs are said to be doing. Not so sure we'd have had the same results without them. Actually, strongly doubt it, other than luck.

I honestly think it's likely that if even more people took it, the world would have been way ahead of where it is currently a lot earlier. I am against mandates, simply hoped for hearts and minds to change

As for TV (and I'm sure you include all forms of info/media) there are all kinds of sources supplying what 98.2% of posters here want to be factual too. Hard to believe that only one side of every issue is ever mind controlled by media.

I'm quite unemotional about the debate now. I stay here because I still love, like, and respect most here no matter what they believe, so I'm not planning on listing sources for what I find to be true. No one has flipped sides that I have seen.
Mike3316 Offline
#10 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2022
Posts: 289
I think at this point those people that are going to get the shot and/or boosters will have done so. I do not believe that any level of propoganda or coercion (short of imprisonment) will deliver the desired results. It is what it is. People will either get the shot or not - though at this point, most of the people i know have had the virus AT LEAST once - regardless of shot status.
MACS Offline
#11 Posted:
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Frank, I respect your opinion and your experience. Mrs. Macs had 2 jabs and gave that sh*t to me. Her (and my son's) experience with it were both much worse than mine... and they had the shots. I did not.

I'm not trying to tell anyone that this little piece of anecdotal evidence means anything. But it turns out that this little piece of anecdotal evidence is more than just in my sphere. It's kinda the norm. And peer reviewed (the lefties love to ask for the peer reviews) studies have already shown that natural immunity is FAR superior to the shots. And... the shots that were sposta be way, super duper effective... right? Oooooh. Sorry. Not so much.

More Anecdotal evidence. Mrs. Macs and Mrs Frank got the covid... after the shots.. and so did a bazillion other people.

Sorry, Pal... I love ya... but the evidence is kickin your ass. And pay attention, buddy. Because the kickin' ain't done.
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